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The field of healthcare and life sciences is the last frontier left for us to explore in the 21st century. Already in many areas, information, finance, human mobility and logistics have become borderless, and people around the world have greater choices, more options and greater freedom in their lives.

However, in the healthcare sector, fragmentation continues in this century.

First and foremost is the border wall. This is an issue that is causing health care disparities due to differences in health care licensing systems around the world. The advanced medical treatment available in the United States takes a long time to be approved in Japan and many other countries, with a lag of about 7 years. This is a multinational, mutual problem for a wide range of treatment approaches, including pharmaceuticals, medical technology and transplants.

Secondly, the prevention barrier. So-called health promotion services such as fitness, relaxation, medication and diet are not linked to medical care. What lifestyle habits are preventative? Nor is there any effective approach to recovery after treatment being provided in a connected way.

As mentioned above, the health care field is still an underdeveloped area, yet many people are not aware of this fact.It can be said that the desire to be healthy is common to all human beings, regardless of race, generation, gender, religion and ideology.

The future we are pioneering is a new world of free and equal healthcare.


Since its establishment, MEDIROM's objective has been to become a 'health care general trading company' that is capable of providing integrated services ranging from the field of disease prevention to medical treatment.

The medical and healthcare sectors are business domains that are drawing a lot of attention as growth industries. In Japan, with ever increasing medical expenses due to advanced aging, long life spans and record patient intakes, the national medical insurance system is overburdened and unlikely in its current state to meet future obligations.
The ¥45 trillion market, including disease prevention and health checkups, is expected to provide new business opportunities as the market is deregulated further in the natural course of events.

Developed countries are facing the aging population problem, and the market for medical and healthcare related services is continuing to expand. (E.g. IT for medical tech/healthcare, medical infrastructure in developing countries)

Backed by the stable revenue foundation of franchise salons and multi decade brand strength, MEDIROM is currently investing in its medical media and healthcare research segments to achieve industry leading growth rates and margins.

This marks an exciting new roadmap for the business as it consolidates domestically in Japan, rolls out value accretive tech segments and lead operations overseas.

1st establishment period

MEDIROM Healthcare Technologies Inc.
founded Re. Ra.Ku launched
Established the industry's first education and training institution
RealMedia project started
Achieved 100 group salons

2nd establishment period

Healthtech project started
Achieved the largest number of stores in the industry in Tokyo metropolis
Healthcare research projects started

3rd establishment period

Healthcare Coordination Lab (TM) started
Achieve the largest number of stores in the industry in Kanto region
Overseas expansion



Philosophy is the spirit upon which our company is based

Love, trust, and justice


Our ideals are the reason MEDIROM exists in this world and our purpose

Cultivate lovable and appealing personnel

Business Goals

Our goals are project milestones for achieving our ideals

Long-term:To build a general healthcare trading company
Mid-term:To upscale healthcare research projects and construct medical media
Short-term:To achieve the highest number of stores in the industry in Kanto